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Applications open for Female High Fliers programme 2016

The DCU Ryan Academy’s prestigious Female High Fliers programme 2016 is calling for ambitious female entrepreneurs to apply for the next cycle of the programme, which begins in February 2016.

Female High Fliers, funded by Enterprise Ireland, is the first accelerator programme in Ireland designed exclusively for start-ups founded and run by female entrepreneurs. Last year nearly 150 high calibre applicants competed for a dozen coveted places.

Are you looking for a tailored programme that understands the particular needs and challenges facing your start up?  Do you want to propel your business on the fast track to profit and scalability? Could your business learn important lessons by being part of a supportive group of like-minded female founders?

Female High Fliers accelerator programme 2016 can fast track your business development and leadership skills. You will be taken on a 13 week journey of discovery – equipping you with the information, guidance and tools you need to turn your great idea into a profitable and scalable business. Throughout the programme you will be supported by expert business mentors as well as gaining access to the Academy’s unrivalled network of alumni and investors.

The programme will run two cycles in 2016 – Programme 1 starts on 16 February and runs to 31 May and Programme 2 starts on 6 September and runs to 6 December. It is open to female founders of start-ups that are less than five years old, the start-up must be female-led and individuals and teams of up to three people may apply.

To learn more about Female High Fliers and how to apply click here.

DCU Ryan Academy Female High Fliers Programme



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